Molly

CEO

Phone: (619)660-6200

Chief Executive Officer since 2008, and past Noah Homes Board President, Molly oversees all aspects of the financial and operational well being of Noah Homes. She is also leading efforts to collaborate with community partners nationwide in advancing care and gaining funds for people with developmental disabilities. This includes serving as a member of the California Health and Human Services Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders Advisory Committee, work with the Lanterman Coalition, ANCOR, the LEAD Coalition, an NIH grant and more. Molly maintains a climate that attracts, keeps and motivates a diverse staff dedicated to maximizing each individual's independence in a community environment that fosters dignity and respect, as well as personal and spiritual growth. In 1996, Molly was introduced to Noah Homes in a quest for care for her brother Herb, affectionately known as the “Sheriff.” He called Noah Homes his home for 14 years before he passed away of Alzheimer’s. Prior to joining Noah Homes, Molly successfully served as a small business consultant for 28 years in the private and nonprofit business sectors. Molly has a bachelor’s degree from San Diego State University in Telecommunications and Film Management, and a minor in Business Administration Accounting.

Sandra

COO / Program Director

Phone: (619)660-6200 ext.13

As COO/Program Director since January 2015, Sandra is responsible for managing a staff of 50 as well as the health, happiness and safety of Noah Homes’ 70 residents. Sandra is also working with local and state agencies on standards of care and operation for two of the first memory care homes in the nation specifically for people with developmental disabilities. Her 28-years of dedication and strong commitment to the residents at Noah Homes is a model for employees past, present, and future.

Sandra previously served as the House Manager at Casa de Esperanza and Quality Assurance Coordinator, supervising campus wide compliance with regulations. In 2009, Sandra moved into administration as a Program Manager.

Sandra holds an Administrator’s License from the State of California for ARF care facilities and has applied her experience to help train Noah Homes and other care staff.

Teri Milligan

Teri Milligan

Controller

Phone: (619) 669-6200 ext. 124

Teri is Controller at Noah Homes since 2018, responsible for guiding all financial decisions and maintaining Noah Homes’ record of excellent financial stewardship. Despite an approximately 35% projected budget deficit annually, Teri continues to keep Noah Homes debt-free.

Prior to her current role, Teri served as an accounting consultant for more than 15 years, providing counsel on the management of nearly $10 million annually in organizational budgets worldwide, including Noah Homes. Teri also supported the deployment of new accounting software, including training and implementation, that improved efficiency and enabled staff to focus on more strategic work.

Teri began her career at a CPA firm where she held various roles in accounting over a 13-year tenure. As a native San Diegan, Teri holds a bachelor’s degree in Journalism and a minor in English from San Diego State University, as well as a teaching credential from National University.

Kim Lober

Kim Lober

Operations Manager

Phone: (619) 660-6200 ext. 125

Kim joined Noah Homes in 2009 as the Accounting Manager with a wealth of knowledge in office management, accounting, and operations. Prior to Noah Homes, Kim also had years of experience in the human services-nonprofit world in substance abuse treatment programming, homeless sheltering, managing DUI outpatient programing as well as working directly with the court system .

Additionally, her experience working for a large fencing company heightened her interest and abilities in operations leading to her current position today, Operations Manager. She has just finished her 10th year at Noah Homes and is devoted to the safety and care of our residents and loves spending time with them. She has just completed the Leadership East County program, Class of 2019.